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Aug 21, 2013 12:00pm EDT
-- how one texas teacher took disciplining one of her students to far and that has landed her time in lockdown. the death toll continues to rise in syria and an activist says beep-bop-boop-bop boop-beep. [monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. >> covering the world, more than 1000 people are dead in syria after the suburbs of damascus were attacked by what activists say is poisonous gas. nbc news could not verify the claim or amateur video, but the syrian government continues to deny the use of chemical weapons. latest ongel has the the violence, and we want to warn you in the video i'd be disturbing. -- confirmed, it could be one of the worst atrocities in syria. a series of 10 villages were attacked, hit by what rebels say where surface-to-surface missiles fired by the regime and tipped with chemical weapons. the death toll, well over 1000. sentence before death or shortness of death, constricted pupils, foaming at the mouth. we have seen video posted online showing many women and children among the dead. this. government has
Aug 21, 2013 6:00am EDT
, florida, georgia, illinois, carolina del norte, texas y arkansas. clarissa martinez, con. nac. de la raza aunque el congreso esta en receso no ha habido descanso alguno en cuestion al tema migratorio. sabemos que en todos los distritos se han esparcido las fuerzas pro reforma para no quitar el dedo del renglon y asegurarse que los lideres republicanos no piensen que estar fuera de dc iba a haber vamos a una pausa, pero sabe usted si es mejor comprar una computadora o tableta? al regresar... le tendremos algunos consejos.. y en el tiempo, esperamos temperaturas maximas entre los 87 grados, enterese cuando se incrementa la probabilidad de lluvias, despues de la pausa... nas tardes mario, maria rosa, continua la semana laboral y hemos tenido temperaturas calidas, brisa ligera y cielo parcialmente soleado... actualmente tenemos una temperatura maxima de 87 grados con cielo nublado y viento soplando desde el sur a 10 millas por hora... esta noche esperamos una temperatura minima de 71 grados... maÑana miercoles esperamos una temperatura maxima de 87 grados, minimas en los 73 grados y una lev
Aug 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
are you? >> jay: where are you from? >> i'm from arlington, texas. >> jay: arlington, texas. and you're living out here now? what are you doing? >> yes. i'm finishing up an internship. i will be jobless as of tomorrow. >> jay: oh, really? >> yes. >> jay: what are you going to do tonight to earn a meal? >> well, i'm going to do something a little bit special with some plates and some sticks. >> jay: some plates and -- do we have plates and sticks? >> plates and sticks, right here, jay! [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: there you go, ashley. do i need to get out of the way? go ahead. all right. ♪ okay. that's one plate. i'm going to take a wild guess and say you're going to spin plates. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] okay! all righty. i'm sure the job offers will come rushing in now. [ laughter ] but did she earn a meal? steve, what do you got? >> well, i gotta say, when you said, "i'm doing something special with plates and sticks." you are next to two asians. and they assumed you were probably eating. [ laughter ] so, that's a let-down. [ laughter ] just for the sole fact t
Aug 17, 2013 1:00am EDT
to austin, texas and introduce you to an incredible film screened at this year's south by southwest. "lunarcy!" is a feature documentary centered around a group of people who have one thing in common -- a shared obsession with the moon. for more, we meet the film's director, simon ennis. ♪ >> i honestly believe dennis hope is the smartest man in the entire world. for you to get this amazing idea and make literally millions of dollars off of, you know, owning the moon and selling it, and finding a legal basis for doing it. you know, if you can think of a better idea than that, then you should be a millionaire, too. ♪ i'm simon ennis, and i'm the director of "lunarcy!" ♪ "lunarcy!" is a comic documentary about a desperate group of dreamers and schemers who have all devoted their lives to the moon. ♪ the main characters in the film are alan bean, who's an apollo 12 astronaut. he was the fourth man to walk on the moon and since retiring as an astronaut, he's been painting lunar landscapes. he puts a little bit of moon dust in every single painting. >> the moon really is gray. th
Aug 23, 2013 10:00am EDT
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Aug 21, 2013 10:00am EDT
. >>> sÍ, revoltillo para las personas hermosas de la tercera edad que es su dÍa. ♪. ♪. >>> en texas:ay carambas, atraparon a los secuestradores del esposo de gloria trevi, armando gÓmez, en la ciudad de san antonio, y gracias a la interpol que arrestaron a los delincuenties, entre ellos a la comadre de la trevi, a lucy garza, y la madre de esta, acusadas de autoras intelectuales del secuestro. quÉ fuerte. >>> en mÉxico, william levy visitÓ a niÑos enfermos en un hospital de veracrezeo, y publicÓ fotos, si los niÑos sonrÍen teniendo enfermedades, por quÉ nosotros nos quejamos de la vida estando sanos, muy bonito william, lo que tienes de galÁn, lo tienes de caritativo. si lo sabe dios que lo sepa el mundo. bÁrbara mori ya no esconde su noviazgo con el hijo del actor guy ecker , y publicÓ esta foto besando a su galÁn en redes sociales, que viva el amor, 40 y 20. >>> y nuestra amigocha sherlyn, ya tiene fecha para su boda por el civil, chequenmela. >>> nos casamos por el civil, el 28 de septiembre, y nos casamos por lo religioso, en abril, todavÍa no estoy segura de la fe
Aug 20, 2013 11:00pm EDT
froo the moott of hasan himmslf. it as november afternoon that forevee cchnge this texas army post. 13 peopllelost their ives in he attackkat fortthood. and in the last elevenndays of theeaccused gunman'' court mmrtial - we've heard neaaly 90 witnesses relate stories of horror, heroism and heartache. corn says: "from the prosecution's tandpoint, iithhnk there's abundant evidence of pre-- editationn" mmjor nndal hassn ii still serving as his own lawyer. udge cclonee tara osborn has asked haaan seeeral timessii e wishhs to continue down that path -- eeee strongly addises agginst it. but hasannhasn't budged. orr says: "whee you chooseeto represent yourself, youu oo't have too know hoo to be a gooo lawyerr but oo can't compllin later thhttyou ggt a bbd lawyer at trial. and that's what he's going to be tuck with n aapeal." bbcause he's repreeentinn himself ---the 42- year-old army psychiatrist has a choice on whether he'll testify. however,,hee can't make statemenns -- rather, onll ask himself questions and theenanswer them. today the court heard testimon frrmma ffrt hood poliie serg
Aug 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
.c. and then the white house. my dad -- i used to think about that, too. he left texas and went to los angeles, you know? and my family, that was unheard of, in my family you stayed right there on the farm. you can put a trailer on the land but you don't go. in that case my grandfather's not coming to visit you, you know what i mean? you've got to make a big step. i've made this step, now i'm here, and he goes and starts to confront these things and i'm thinking, hey, stop, you can be okay. you can have education and family. you can have a life, you can have a home. he's like "no, dad, everybody deserves a life, everybody deserves a home. i can't be happy inside myself unless i know these rights are there." so we explore this civil rights movement in this personal way. that's what's brilliant about what you did, lee. i'm always arguing and dealing with him over the real moments of history that, like, give us an emotional understanding of the civil rights movement of what's happening, what's occurring. and that's kind of a movement of our family. and ultimately the reconciliation of our family. the kind
Aug 27, 2013 11:00pm PDT
been able to identify one that i do acknowledge that i would have voted, and that is the texas capital case. >> rose: right. >> i talked about that. but all the other cases i have looked at, i felt pretty proud about what i said in the early cases. >> rose: what is the best preparation for a supreme court justice? i mean, need you have judicial experience? >> i don't think that is essential by any means. i think it is an asset and makes your work easier when you come here, if you have been -- if you have served as a federal judge before but many of our great justices did not have judicial -- follows is an example, he had been a the lawyer when he came on the court, byron white had no judicial experience. there are many. i think the court really benefits from some sort of diversity within the group, and although i think all of the members of the present court are imminently well qualified i wouldn't change any one of them, i do think that, i kind of like the situation before when there was a little diversity in both geographic, different law schools and different professions. >> rose:
Aug 13, 2013 11:00pm PDT
ago to get better? >> i started working with a guy in austin, texas, chuck cook, who really helped me understand -- >> what did he teach you to understand. >> my club face was really strong, really shut, which made me do some things with my body -- >> it was closed. >> yes, it was really hard to play golf that way. that was a big change, and it just became easier for me when we understand club face relation, and swing place reaction. it's analytical in my practice. i need ton what is making the ball go sideways or left or right. >> rose: this is a stupid question, but what is the mistake good amateurs make, the difference that separates good players, not just people like you who win tournaments. what is the mistake they make? >> you know, short game. >> rose: really? don't pay attention. >> don't pay attention. and practice. it's hard for people to find the time to practice. i would suggest anybody out there that wants to get really better at their golf game really focus inside 30 yards. you can save a lot of shots. a lot of the amateurs we play with have a lot of three-putts, four-pu
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